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4G Toggle Notification Menu Power Control Widgets For Sense
The original mod is for the EVO 4G and is based on 3.70x ROM OTA. The notification menu power control widgets contains the 6 default widgets which are toggleGPS, toggleWifi, toggleBluetooth, toggleMobileData, toggleFlashlight and toggleSound. However, the mod lets you override the default set of widgets in favour of the 14 currently available widgets through a specific process the dev has built into the mod.
The power control bar allows for up to 6 different widgets although you can have less – but no more than 6.
Other widgets available are toggleAirplane, toggleAutoRotate, toggleBrightness, toggleScreenTimeout, toggleWimax, toggleSleepMode, toggelSync and toggleLockScreen.
For more detailed information including more screenshots and to download the mod, head on over to the modification thread.
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